Company Name: Working Partners
Profile of a Drug-Free Workplace Specialist
You are ready to make an impact in your job – with individuals and their workplaces. You enjoy helping people solve problems and are sensitive to confidentiality and urgency of response. You are naturally curious and a master at asking probing questions. You’ve been told you’re a good listener, and are appreciated by others for your resourcefulness and ability to think things through.
While you are oriented to details and work flows, you also can process-think and “connect the dots” between issues, systems and situations. Thinking outside of the box comes naturally to you, and you’re always searching for ways to make your work more effective and efficient. You are a vulnerable learner – willing to ask questions, offer and receive feedback.
As a Drug-Free Workplace Specialist, you value being involved in a variety of tasks and projects, and are adept in working with a range of temperaments in different settings – from construction sites to board rooms. You are energized by a fast-paced environment, can prioritize and organize work activities, and can pivot effectively from task to task. While you may need to close your office door from time-to-time, you are energized by collaborating with your colleagues. You take ownership of your projects and are accountable and loyal to both your responsibilities and your team.
You’re ready to be a contributing member of a dynamic, high performing team who will find ways to capitalize on your unique skills and help drive your professional interests.
Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to)
• Client Care
o Provide technical support and troubleshooting to clients regarding day-to-day DFWP issues and operations
o Connect clients to Consortium services (e.g., drug testing, Employee Assistance Programs)
• Marketing and Sales
o Contribute to company marketing plan and strategy
o Execute client retention activities including call campaigns and mailings
o Participate in activities to generate new business (e.g., contact web leads, make follow-up calls after speaking engagements)
• Training and Public Speaking
o Deliver on-site, classroom and computer-based trainings to client companies
o Deliver presentations to various business, trade and community groups
• Vendor and Partner Relationships
o Communicate and foster relationships with vendors who service the Consortium support relationship with business partners
• Professional Writing
o Create copy for business publications and social media outlets
o Research and assimilate information for clients and partners
o Edit materials written by team members
Education & Demonstrated Skills/Experience
• Bachelor’s degree and three years of experience in related field such as
o Customer Service
o Alcohol/Drug Prevention
• Classroom and computer-based training
• Professional writing and proofreading
• Basic computer operations and programs (i.e., Microsoft Office)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. A key success variable will be having work experience in a small business environment and enjoying said working environment.
In addition, candidate must be
• Able to drive, have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.
• Insurable under Company’s insurance policy. (Non-insurability by Company’s insurance company will require candidate to acquire personal vehicle insurance with coverages equal to Company’s policy.)
• Able to accommodate out-of-town and some overnight travel
• Able to navigate stairs and lift a minimum of 50 pounds
• Adept at working alone and unsupervised, but also with others in a loosely structured environment.